The Real Shoppers of Goodwill: Lynsie at Similar Styles

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The Real Shoppers of Goodwill is an interview series with savvy shoppers who love to shop at Goodwill! If you didn’t catch the last four, you should definitely catch up! So far, we have interview Trish from Uncommon Designs, Katie from Bower Power Blog, Mr. Goodwill Hunting, and Abbie from M is for Mama.

Today, I’m excited to introduce you to Lynsie Crespo, creator of Similar Styles! Lynsie is a stylist in Greenville, SC and you can follow her website and Instagram to see her awesome, thrifty styles! Read More >

5 Things Thursday // Summer Style

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As far as I’m concerned, summer is here. The sun is out, it’s warm, and I have songs like “Summer Lovin’” stuck in my head. It’s a great time to put away your winter clothes and break out your warm weather favorites. I’ve put together a roundup of summer posts that I love.

1. This DIY Ruffle Embellishment is a simple way to add a special touch to a plain t-shirt! I still love the contrasting colors. Read More >

Goodwill Fashion // Rethinking a Dress

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Last time I was at my sister’s house, she let me go through her closet and she sent me home with hand me downs. I don’t know if you know this, but sister hand me downs are the best! One of the things that she gave me is this striped shirt. I love that it has a boxy, cropped style and really compliments the dress I bought at Goodwill! Read More >

InstaLove

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I love to see all the great things you are buying at Goodwill and sharing with me on Instagram! Keep it up! You guys are such fun shoppers.

@happyhappynester shared her beautiful living room with her lamp from Goodwill! This looks straight out of a Pottery Barn catalog. Am I right? Read More >

Guest Post by The ReFashionista // Spring Fashion at Goodwill: How to Look Luxe on a Budget

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High fashion and secondhand rarely get mentioned in the same sentence. In order to be on-trend you pretty much have to buy new threads, right? If you want to look super stylish, high-end boutiques are the only way to go, are they not?

If you think my answers to either of these questions is yes, you clearly don’t know me very well (and you’ve never read my blog). I’ve been looking fab and fashionable in my thrift shop finds for a long long time. I can say with confidence that my style is well-curated and sharp. Strangers ask me where I shop all the time…and they’re shocked when I say, “Goodwill”.

Thrift stores get a bad rap from some snobby fashionistas. They’re frequently considered havens for hipsters or people who just don’t really care how they look and want to save money.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can look on-trend, yet unique and fabulous with very little cash. Read More >